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much been unchanged the past four years. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. it's thursday, august 8. good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning. i'm juliette goodrich. michelle griego is off. it is 5:00. a look at weather and traffic. we'll start with brian first. >> hi, juliette. good morning to you. thanks for coming by kpix 5 this morning. we're starting out with numbers warmer than yesterday morning. around 60 degrees. 62 in san jose. 60 at oakland and 58 in concord. we're looking for some sun could come out this afternoon especially inland. it will remain cool and breezy near the shoreline. there is drizzle this morning but there's prospects for things warming up in the next few days. we'll have the entire forecast in a few minutes. first, let's get an update on the road ahead. hey, liz. >> thank you, brian. there is drizzle to cop tend with out there so the roads are kind of wet especially in some parts of the bay area. so just a heads up if you are about to start off on your morning drive. here's a live look in san jose,
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101 near trimble is where we sent edgar our photographer this morning. so far northbound and southbound 101 are all moving at the limit between san jose and santa clara. let's go to our maps and check the travel times on westbound 580. again, usually one of our first spots to get a little busy through the livermore valley but no delays so far this morning in the green, 16 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. and bart now has more than 30 trains and fortunately this morning they are all on time. that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you. right now, firefighters are trying to prevent a southern california wildfire from spreading. the fire has already burned 9 square miles in riverside county near banning. at least a dozen buildings are damaged or destroyed including some homes. about 1500 people have evacuated as flames tear through the san jacinto mountains. >> we have to realize how quickly this fire moved. within the first three hours we
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were over 2500 acres. it's a very long skinny rapid fire. the difficulty was in getting evacuations because that's always our key, life first, property next. >> three people are being treated at hospitals including two firefighters. at this point, there are no details available about their conditions. developing news out of texas this morning. an overnight shooting spree left four people dead, four others wounded. police say the suspected gunman is now in jail after the shootings in dallas. a suburb there called desoto. police say the person killed two people at the dallas home of his ex-girlfriend and when he discovered his ex-girlfriend was not there, he drove to another home and desoto and shot her and others there. >> they say that he shook their homes like boom! so they say they knew that he had to have like a big gun or something like [ indiscernible ] >> police say that shooter ran out of ammunition and officers arrested him. it's been another violent night in oakland. there are reports of several shootings and at least one
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stabbing under investigation this morning. and today oakland police are trying to learn if a baby's murder is related to a killing last weekend. a small memorial has been set up in front of the east oakland house where a 1-year-old and his father were killed. 20-year-old andrew thomas and his 1-year-old son were visiting from fresno. they were sleeping in a back bedroom when someone went into the backyard and opened fire through a window and a wall. >> pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, like eight or nine times. >> i just wish it would stop. i don't want, you know, my other cousins to try to retaliate. >> thomas' cousin was killed in oakland last weekend. police think yesterday's killings may be connected to that. a parolee from hayward was arrested for the murder of thomas' cousin. 33-year-old kendell eatmom is accused of killing aquino rivera as he sat in a car on saturday. oakland police are still trying
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to solve two other murders. 8-year-old alaysha carradine was shot in the diamond district three weeks ago on a sleepover and a week after that, 66-year-old judy salamon was shot at maxwell park. violence is out of control and the mayor is turning to young people for help. the mayor and police officer met with members of youth uprising to get them behind operation cease-fire. its program to stop crime before it happens by rounding up the most violent people in the city. kpix 5's christin ayers asked the mayor about implementing the program. >> reporter: it hasn't been fully funded to this point. why have we been waiting so long, it's been months? >> i think -- >> let me just say. cease-fire is absolutely my number one strategy for reducing violent crime, shootings and murders in this town. >> cease-fire currently has no permanent director and a few officers are working with it on a part-time basis but the chief claims that will change. family and friends are
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growing more concerned about a missing oakland woman. they spent much of yesterday putting up pictures of sandra coke. she was last seen at her home sunday night. investigators say she may have been investigating a tip about her missing dog who was taken during a recent burglary. coke's car was found in an apartment complex parking lot monday night. >> i really am worried about her. i hope she is found as soon as possible. >> coke is an investigator for the federal defender's office which represents death row inmates. but her coworkers do not think her disappearance is connected to any cases she was working. 5:05. bart and the unions trying to negotiate new contracts can't even agree on how far they are apart. bart says the gap is $100 million. the union said no, it's not that big. it's just $56 million. kpix 5's anne makovec is at walnut creek. i understand they aring about to get back to the bargaining table. that's -- i understand they're about to get back to the table table. that's good news.
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>> reporter: yes, management and the unions will be back at the bargaining table. we are hoping they are going to make some progress because in the meantime, we have got riders here at this walnut creek bart station and all around the bay waiting to find out what is going to happen come monday morning. also in the meantime, a three- man panel is writing a report to present to the governor by sunday so he can decide whether or not to order a 60-day cooling-off period. bart wants it, the unions do not. yesterday the two sides couldn't agree on basic facts like the gap between the proposals on wages and benefits, even how much the average worker is paid. >> it no secret that at this point in bargaining i would certainly expect there to be fewer proposals on all sides on the table. and so i'm a little surprised to hear you think that this can be achieved by sunday night. >> reporter: sunday night is the deadline for either a new contract agreement, another
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contract extension, or that cooling-off period. if none of those three things happen, we could see another strike as soon as monday morning. it sounds like the cooling-off period might be the more likely way to avoid the trains stoppage on monday morning. this panel, though, isn't going to make a recommendation to the governor, just the facts. >> how likely is it that the governor will order that cooling-off period. >> reporter: you know, it is hard to tell. but judging from history, the last five times the governor has ordered a panel to convene like the one that we saw meeting yesterday, there has been a cooling-off period ordered. >> seems likely. anne makovec live for us in walnut creek this morning, thank you. time now 5:07. today crews will take a big step in fixing the bad bolts on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. today the first concrete will be poured for a steel saddle. that saddle will do the job the bolts were supposed to handle. it's part of the backup plan after 32 bolts broke on the bridge earlier this year.
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in bay area news, a gun buy- back event similar to this will be held this evening in hopes of reducing violence in san francisco. guns in working condition can be turned in for $100 while assault rifles get $200. the event is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the u.s. bank parking lot at 22nd and cap street. the city of santa clara has put the brakes on a multi- million dollar library construction project. the county's oversight board is requesting the city return the funds set aside to the library. so far 11 of $19 million has been sent to build the structure. supporters of the library are holding a rally this weekend. the library was set to open in december. 5:08 now. place your bets. why what one experts says about the 9ers chances of winning the super bowl. also ahead -- >> i think we have some future engineers here. >> behind sized warriors.
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how these kids are improving their focus at camp. >> and nine lucky californians got a piece of last night's powerball winnings. we'll tell you where one of those winning tickets was bought here in the bay area. >> if only we had that lotto in the weather department. i would warm things up in a hurry. they are going to warm up but not in a hurry. forecast coming up. >> not so lucky in up napa county. in calistoga both directions of route 29 shut down. the rest of the morning drive is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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ball tickets. nobody in the 448- m it was worth the wait for at least three people who stood in long lines waiting to purchase powerball tickets. in fact, one of the tickets bought in new jersey. nobody in california won, though. a piece of the $448 million pie. but one minnesotan and two people in new jersey will be splitting the jackpot. the two winning tickets in new jersey were sold at stores just 60 miles apart. how about that? including as you see that supermarket south brunswick, new jersey. i imagine it will be a very popular place. >> going to stop & shop next time. that's it. >> kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is at a gas station in sunnyvale where someone bought a ticket that hit five of six numbers. someone cashed in. >> reporter: little do they know. we are at a gas station. they probably popped in filled up their tank and said yeah, i'm going to get a ticket and now they are waking up happier
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and richer this morning. there were long lines all across the state and country for powerball selling locations. this winner is standing in the right one and they will take home $289,000. that's because as you mentioned, frank, they had five of the six winning numbers. they were just missing that powerball number and they aren't the only ones here in the state. it turns out there were eight other tickets in california sold with that same combination all numbers but that powerball. >> for a $2 ticket, $289,000, that's probably not a bad deal. reporting live in sunnyvale, back to you guys. >> frank informed me he would pick 59. he would have one of the numbers. >> i would have one number. woo. >> has the winner come forward yet, cate? >> reporter: yes. it's me. [ laughter ]
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>> reporter: kidding! no. we actually don't know who the winner is just as of yet. but who knows. maybe they are waking up this morning and watching this program going, i probably should turn in that ticket right about now. >> the minute you hear where it was bought, really, sunnyvale? i bought a ticket there! [ laughter ] time for traffic. did you buy any tickets, liz? >> i didn't. i wasn't here on monday. didn't one of our writers do a big station pool? >> i owe him $2. i don't think we won. >> he lives in the south bay so i was thinking maybe sunnyvale? >> now we know. >> all right. let's hit the roads and show you what's going on outside. brian will talk more about the morning drizzle but heads up, it's slick, two hands on the steering wheel crossing the golden gate bridge. they should have four southbound lanes open shortly if not already. 2 in the northbound direction. they have been doing the lane changes the last half hour or
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so. to our maps and checking the travel sensors on highway 4, there was some overnight roadwork in the eastbound lanes of highway 4 approaching loveridge. that was all cleared out by 4:00 this morning. there may still be a little bit in the westbound direction. we're seeing our usual congestion now coming past "a" street out towards loveridge. hey, we have a giants game going on later this afternoon. so heads up if you are anywhere near at&t park, embarcadero, if you get backed up. 12:45 giants take on the brewers. there's also a 49ers game over at candlestick this evening. all right. westbound 580 coming through the altamont pass, seeing a few brake lights now. up to about vasco. and then things turning back to green. only 16 minutes so you can beat the rush. you can head out now, no big delays through tracy. bart systemwide on time has 35 trains or so all running with no delay. muni, caltrain and ace train number one also all on schedule. that's your latest "timesaver traffic." here's brian with your
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forecast. >> boy, was that comprehensive? nicely done there, liz. [ laughter ] numbers in the bay area mostly in the 50s and 60s and we have fog and drizzle. not a surprise, but it may surprise you to learn that things are finally going to change a little bit in the bay area as that low pressure that's been hanging offshore like an unwanted in law is finally going to be moving inland and disappearing and warming things up in the bay area but not warm up for the outside lands festival this weekend. i think paul mcer cart any is showing up. 59 and overcast skies for the most paris, cloudy and cool this -- 59 and overcast skies for the most part, cloudy and cool for this weekend at the concert. we have a warming trend under way for the bay area, slight as it is, we'll take what we can get. that cool low that's been abeam san francisco since 1973 is finally going to begin to push inland. and as a result, while cool temperatures continue today, we will begin to slowly warm it over the weekend. could get a thunder bumper or two in the sierra as well if you are heading toward yosemite. for today out of the airport
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probably have some inbound delays with a high of 68 degrees. we have fog this morning and the usual clouds later in the morning. chicago partly cloudy skies. and denver gets its daily thunderstorms 75 degrees. thunderstorms in new york, as well. south bay today san jose comes in at 73. milpitas at 71. santa clara at 74 degrees. it's still mild, temperatures about 5 to 8 degrees cooler than average. 74 at pleasanton. same for walnut creek and sausalito, a town whose name means little willow, 63 degrees. 65 oakland. in the extended forecast we are going to be looking temperatures warming up slightly between sunday and monday. monday and tuesday into the near 90-degree range for livermore and pleasanton. that's not bad. they will be in the upper 70s. >> you should go on jeopardy. >> that trivia thing? >> what is sausalito? >> there you go. >> what other irrelevant things do i know? stay tuned. [ laughter ] >> all right. thank you. don't be surprised if the
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next bruce lee comes out of the east bay. summer campers in san ramon have been getting a crash course on all thanks martial arts. very nice -- all things martial arts. very nice. some as young as 10 have their black belt. martial arts america is this week's cool camp. reporter: they are stealth- like. nearly two dozen ninja wannabes tucked away in a san ramon strip mall. >> i think we have some future ninjas here, yeah. [ yelling ] >> reporter: welcome to martial arts america, campers 5 to 12 getting a week-long primer on all things karate and you. >> its so complete with games, snacks and crafts a kid's dream a chance to rough out and learn at the same time. you get to beat up on guys a little bit, right? >> yes. >> reporter: is that fun? that's the key. sure, the kids get to punch and kick but they also are absorbing the principles behind
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the marshal arts. discipline, self-confidence and respect. >> yes, ma'am! >> well, you can learn how to make new friends and get better at school and respect your parents and doing your chores and stuff around the house. >> reporter: are you more focused? >> yes, i am more focused. when the tv is on and my favorite show is on, i could just like look away and then still keep on writing homework. >> reporter: parents must love you guys. >> oh, absolutely. yes. >> reporter: it's a win-win. many campers become full-time students. it's no wonder martial arts america is it this week's cool camp! >> you're watching. all three of your kids are involved? >> the whole family. that was awesome. really cool. you didn't take them on, huh? >> no, no. they were too tough for me. the kids love it. by the way the classes go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. monday through friday. still have a couple of weeks left if you wanted to get your
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good morning. i'm dennis o'donnell. last monday the as had a 6- game lead over the rangers in the american league west. this morning, it is gone! this guy's reeling in a fish. the as are reeling, as well. colon threw 15 straight quality starts. nothing quality about that. the cincinnati's jay bruce lands in kentucky. the as down 4-1. colon allowed five runs shortest out of the
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season in 2 2/3. sogard, two runs score on his second triple of the season. but chapman would go one, two, three striking out jed lowrie with 103-mile-an-hour fastball. as lose now tied with texas for first. giants hosting the brewers. tied in the 8th. madison baumgarner threw it away. pablo probably should have got t one run scores. madison baumgarner would leave the game as the brewers tag on four more. so san francisco loses 6-1. and it's bad. they are 13 games out of first place. how about some good news? 49ers football tonight at 6:00 on kpix 5. myself, tim ryan, vern glenn will be there. join us, as well. have a great day, everybody. >> the 49ers are picked to win the super bowl this season. a computer program called the
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predict later simulated the nfl season 50 times. it says the 49ers won in 20% of the simulations and will probably win the super bowl and broncos came in second. >> good game tonight number one and number two. >> absolutely. play of the day, we have some baseball. any number 12? we got yankees and white sox. we are all about to go home. alejandro de anza hit a game winning double for the home team. i'm sorry, yankees, you win, 6- 5 win for chicago. play of the day. 5:25. coming up, forecasters for tesla motors, so why is its stock price soaring? >> the manhunt for a california kidnapping suspects expanding. what we're learning about a motive. >> reporter: it is back to the bargaining table today for bart managers and units as they try to hammer out a deal by yet another deadline. of this sunday. coming up, we'll tell you what the best hopes for keeping those trains running may be. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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goodrich. michelle has the morning off. time now 5:29. right now let's get to it. a fast growing wildfire is leaving a path of destruction in riverside county. the fire has burned nine square miles in the san jacinto mountains near banning. and at least a dozen buildings are damaged or destroyed including some homes. about 1500 people have evacuated and containment is at zero percent. more now from cbs news' jerica duncan. >> reporter: flames roared out of a building in riverside county, california, as a wildfire quickly consumed thousands of acres. los angeles affiliate kcbs reported from their helicopter on the damage below. >> at least a dozen, at least a dozen homes that we've seen on fire. >> reporter: the fire started yesterday but moved fast. >> within the first three hours we were over 2500 acres. >> reporter: at one home a statue of a deer was still standing but the flames wiped
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out just about everything else. >> we're flying over that pop pit flats area and you can see just hot spots of structures that are being burned at this hour. >> reporter: the fire trapped some residents and sheriff's deputies but they were able to safely escape. hundreds in the rural area about 90 miles from los angeles were forced to evacuate. >> i'm hoping that my house is still okay because we left. and the fire was just right there but the fire that was through -- up 243 hadn't yet come this way yet. >> reporter: this could turn out to be one of the worst wildfire seasons on ortho. the black forest fire in colorado in june was the most destructive ever. several weeks later 19 members of a hotshot crew died in northern arizona while fighting a fire. more than 400 firefighters are battling this blaze assisted by helicopters and air tankers. as night fell, a large area glowed orange highlighting how much land is still burning. jericka duncan, cbs news. >> hope is fading for a south-
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central missouri woman who was swept away by the floodwaters. she and her 4-year-old son were in their car in wanesville tuesday when rising water swept them away. there have been road closures and evacuations all this week. let's check in with brian for uplifting news. it looks like things will be warming up in the bay area. but this looks the same. we have fog and low clouds and the usual drizzle so slick streets especially coming across the spans this morning. drizzle on the golden gate bridge and bay bridge. three to four degrees warmer this morning than yesterday. the giants and the brewers at 12:45 this afternoon. partly cloudy and cool. the 9ers are playing at 6:00 broadcast on channel 5, 62 and cool at the stick. for the bay area numbers today a little bit slitly that much warmer than they -- slightly
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that much warmer than they were yesterday. we'll have details coming up. let's check traffic with liz. >> nothing usual. it's the ride coming through the altamont pass. we'll go trying over the wind turbines and you can see a few brake lights as you get closer toward the livermore valley and approaching hacienda. competing for the slowest drive time is the westbound 4 commute. earlier roadwork at loveridge should be picked up but there is a long line of really red sensors. red means speeds under 25 miles per hour. so a bottleneck there through antioch and things pick up into pittsburg and bay point and outside here's a live look this morning at the south bay. we have a live look through san jose, 101 near the trimble exit. and both directions are flowing smoothly at 5:33 this morning. back to you. >> thank you. contract talks resume this
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morning between bart and its unions. the two sides can't agree on how far apart they are. bart says $100 million. the unions say it's $56 million. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec joins us from walnut creek with the back and forth between the sides. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. in the meantime another morning of anxiety here at the walnut creek bart station. it's all around the bay when it comes to the commute, monday morning we could see another strike. but bart management and negotiators go back to the bargaining table this morning. i'm sorry, the unions, rather. management and unions back at the table this morning. yesterday, it became apparent just how far apart they are as they spoke in front of a three- person panel appointed by the governor. they are going to present him with the facts and he will decide whether or not to order a 60-day cooling-off period. but the facts differ depending which side you're talking to. bart management says it's offering a 9% pay increase over
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four years. the unions say it's more like 1.4% because workers would be paying more for health and pension benefits. >> this is a factfinding hearing. we might as well get the actual facts out. >> bart cannot economically continue to provide the benefits it currently provides unless those costs are shared. >> reporter: the governor's panel is going to prepare a report to be given to the governor by sunday. he will decide on the cooling- off period. bart managers initially did not want that cooling-off period. now they do which is really a sign about just how bad things have gotten. so what is it going to take to settle this strike? that's the question on everybody's minds. the answer might not be something that commuters want to hear. we'll hear from a bart board member coming up in the next half hour. back to you. >> it will be interesting to hear their side. why doesn't bart put more money on the table to satisfy the workers? easier said than done, i'm sure. >> reporter: that's right. bart would rather invest capital in more and better
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trains, improvements to the system when it comes to the brass tax. they also say they are trying to sustain a sustainable model for future employee benefits and salary. >> thank you, anne makovec. new details in the search for a san diego county murder suspect and a teenaged girl. the amber alert spread to oregon and the state of washington. oregon state police say there have been two possible sightings of james dimaggio's car. investigators believe 16-year- old hannah anderson is with him. a friend of the teen says dimaggio had a crush on her. dimaggio is suspected of killing hannah's mother sunday. investigators are still trying to determine if another body found is hannah's 8-year-old brother. antioch police arrested a man accused of kidnapping a woman from a kmart parking lot. the registered sex offender kevin harvey, police say he sexually assaulted her at gunpoint on monday afternoon. she was able to escape and call
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for help. harvey held on $1.4 million bail. 5:36. major league baseball is now playing hardball asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the city of san jose. the city recently sued mlb over its failure to decide whether the as can pursue a downtown san jose ballpark. the san francisco giants are trying to prevent the as' move. the giants have had territorial rights ever since their failed attempt to move to san jose in the '90s. >> can major league baseball block a competitor in this country from relocating his business simply because someone else says we don't want them to move? >> mlb lawyer contends san jose claims are barred by baseball's exemption to antitrust laws. the judge will hear the issue in october. west nile virus back in santa clara county. a woman hospitalized last month
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is now recovering though at home. the virus transmitted to humans and animals through bites of infected mosquitos. there have been 14 cases in california this year. two of them were deadly. louis vuitton cup semifinals under way and the italian team is showing its dominance on the bay. hundreds gathered along pier 39 to watch the luna rosa battle sweden's team artemis yesterday. luna rosa won yesterday and is now leading 2-0 in the best-of- seven series. first time with four wins advances to the finals against new zealand. a sheriff in arizona is offering to lock up some california prisoners. thousands of inmates are due to be released from california prisons because of overcrowding. well, sheriff joe arpaio says the release would affect surrounding states including arizona. and he is offering to take some of those inmates in his tent city. no word if governor brown plans to take him up on his offer. california state leaders are desperately searching for
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solutions to house prisoners scheduled to be released. senate president pro tem darrell steinberg says he supports governor brown's plan to send at least 4,000 inmates to private prisons. 5:39. they say you can save on gas but can they save you in a crash? how small cars compared in the latest crash tests coming up. also ahead -- >> kind of creepy. >> voicemails left for victims. the warning from one woman who says she was targeted by san diego's mayor. >> and it may be the sweetest news you'll hear all morning long, how hot chocolate can keep you sharp. ,, do you see the 10% back in points, aw baby, i'm seeing triple again. plus another 10%, plus free shipping? yeah. you're good. this is the member triple play deal. this is sears.
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crash test for those cars. the honda civic in the 2- dr and 3- door models was the he top rating of new test results on crashes involving small cars are in. they have a tougher front crash test for those cars? >> the honda civic in the two- door and three-door models was the only car to get the top raiding of good. five others received acceptable ratings. there they are. opening statements set for this morning in a wrongful death trial involving a deadly southern california car crash. the victims' family claim a woman died when her toyota camry suddenly accelerated and crashed despite her efforts to stop the vehicle.
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toyota recalled millions of cars around the world after reports that some surged without warning. it has paid $1 billion to settle other suits. stock futures are higher ahead of the opening bell. >> there's new evidence that china's economy may be stabilizing. ashley morrison of joins us. good morning, ashley. >> reporter: good morning. well, on wall street, stocks slid for a third day in a row on wednesday over uncertainty about when the fed will pull back its stimulus program. the dow lost 48 points while the nasdaq was down nearly 12 points. americans are borrowing more. consumer borrowing rose by nearly $14 billion in june to a seasonally adjusted 8 trillion. that's the highest ever. credit card use dropped by 2.7 billion-dollar according to the federal reserve. publishers involved in the apple electronic book price fixing case says the penalty the government wants to impose is just too stiff. last month a judge ruled that
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apple joined a conspiracy to inflate ebook prices. five publishers agreed to settle. the government wants to ban apple from entering into ebook distribution agreements for five years, but the publishers challenged the ban in court yesterday saying it will hurt them more than apple. and a new report finds most american students also work. the survey from citigroup found four out of five high school and college students have jobs. the average student works about 19 hours a week during the school year. nearly half of college kids say they need the money to pay for books and school expenses. 18% also say they pay their own tuition. so certainly important then have a job. >> got to have cash in college. smartphones may make us smarter but when it comes to babies, that's not the case? >> the campaign for commercial- free childhood is wanting the government to expect mobile apps for babies t says that babies need active hands on
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play for creative development but one of the developers open solutions says electronics are not a substitute for human reaction. but that the apps can help with children's development. it's all about balance. knee that when i'm on a plane or in a grocery line, it's very easy to give little that phone and say, here you go. le. >> i had dinner with a friend of ours out in boston and he has two twin girls 10-month- old. we are eating dinner first time they went out. he put an ipad on their lap and put snow white on and they stayed quiet. >> easy. >> ashley morrison of, thank you. earnings surprise sent tesla's stocks soaring. the palo alto company's stock surged 14% in after-hours trading after reporting revenue is growing better than investors' expectations. now tesla's founder wants to make a mass market electric car
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with a 200-mile range. >> the only obstacle the path to the vehicle, i have high confidence we can create a compelling car for around $35,000. >> he also says one of the problems tesla is having right now has to do with suppliers. some of its suppliers simply can't provide enough parts right now for tesla to ramp up its production. >> brian hackney has a beautiful mg that he drives around. would you turn that in for a tesla? >> in four seconds. >> that's the first car i ever bought in high school that mg and i'm afraid i'll be buried in it one of these days, hopefully under good circumstances. we're looking at mostly cloudy skies with drizzle around the bay area and temperatures are up this morning. they are about 3 to 4 degrees warmer than yesterday. we still have drizzle hanging around the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge. by this afternoon, it will be sunny inland, a mix of sun and clouds around the bay. and 72 degrees. it will be cloudy and cool at
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the coast. temperature about 62. so temperatures will remain below normal today but a slight warm trend begins already under way. inland will be back to 90 by tuesday. finally getting rid of the low off the coast. as the low moves inland we are going to be looking for temperatures to come up a little bit mostly because of the influence of this high over the desert southwest which once upon a time gave us readings in excess of 100 degrees when that high moved westward. it's not going to do that this time but at least enough to build temperatures up to near normal by this time next week. pinpoint forecast for the bay area will be looking at 75 in santa clara. 73 for san jose. and down 101 at east dunne avenue in morgan hill 79 degrees. warm in the east bay 78 in brentwood, cooler than usual this time of year but not nice. it's lovely up there in san rafael at the marin civic center 72.
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and where alfred hitchcock shot "the birds" back in 1963, bodega bay 59 degrees today. extended forecast, we are going to be looking for the numbers to slowly begin to rise, oh, looks nice. temperatures will be in the mid- 80s by monday around pleasanton and then by wednesday it will be about 90 degrees. mid-60s for the bay. and for the coast and some sunshine increasing between now and next week. remember out the door that drizzle is on the roads and liz has a look at the traffic. it's slick on our bay area roadways especially some of our bridges. we could see earlier in our bay bridge and golden gate bridge cameras. there is one accident out there southbound 101 at todd road close to the on-ramp in santa rosa. car spun out so again we don't know if it's weather-related but just a heads up. you may want to be a little extra careful on the roads this morning. this is still blocking the fast lane and we're seeing a little bit of slowing actually in the northbound direction on our sensors. if you have a couple of things -- there are a couple of things going on later in the day that
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could cause traffic tie-ups. giants versus brewers at 12:45, expect delays along embarcadero, king street this afternoon. at 6 p.m. 49ers versus broncos at 6:00. right now sensors still showing green on 101 and 280 coming into san francisco. let's show what you it looks like outside. here's a live look they east bay. the nimitz freeway getting more crowded on the road. these taillights are moving northbound. there was some roadwork between embarcadero and high street earlier this morning. it wrapped up early before 5:00. so now we are seeing no delay heading towards downtown. and southbound moves great as well if you are heading towards oakland airport and it continues to move well into hayward. that is your latest "timesaver traffic." president obama break in the nation's capital this morning d.c. every -- back in the nation's capital this morning following two days in southern california. his last stop was camp pendleton, his first-ever visit there. the president told troops and
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their families the threat of terrorism won't cause the united states to retreat from the world. he also talked about the need to end sexual assaults in the military. same-sex spouses of military members could get healthcare, housing and other benefits by the end of the month. the pentagon officials are now considering the benefits plan. if it is approved, it could also reverse earlier plans to provide benefits to unmarried same-sex couples but those couples might get up to 10 days of leave so they can travel to states where they can marry legally. 5:50 now. more accusations against san diego's mayor growing. two more women accuse bob filner of inappropriate behavior. one shares this voicemail message. >> "eldonna, hi, it's your newly favorite congressman bob filner, you know, the one who fell in love with you at your last speech?" >> she said she met filner at a sexual assault survivors group
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in the military. she and another veteran said he made unwanted advances and even groped them. >> he didn't have our backs. he was looking at our backs. >> he had our fronts. >> it's wrong. why would you come here with us and do what you did? why? is it a turn-on? >> 13 women have accused filner of sexual harassment. smokers could be costing their employers thousands of dollars a year according to an ohio state research. smoke breaks cost companies $3,000 a year. employers pay $2,000 or more for smoker healthcare, calling in sick, lower productivity also contributes. in today's healthwatch, researchers say people who have a heart attack at a health club have a 56% chance of surviving. that's compared to just 34% for other public places like malls and restaurants. doctors at the university of wisconsin believe it's because many fitness centers have automatic defibrillators on hand. there may be a sweet way to
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keep the brain healthy. hot chocolate believe it or not. scientists at harvard school of medicine gave 60 older adults two cups of hot chocolate every day for a month. the patients who had poor blood flow in the brain at the beginning of the study saw major improvements 30 days later and performed better on memory tests. so drink up. 5:52. coming up, don't go in the water? what experts are saying about a shark spotted in the san francisco bay. >> what happened last night? >> i was drunk? what do you think happened? >> making a splash. how this woman's 15 minutes of viral fame landed her in jail. ,,,,,, so... [ gasps ]
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was drunk. a lot of pe n their cell a woman explains how she became famous on the net. here it is, 22-year-old jessica mccoy says she was drunk. a lot of people recorded her on their cell phones when she spent several minutes in the outfield fountains at kansas city royals ballpark there. she was arrested on three charges, trespassing, resisting arrest and soliciting a police officer. 5:55. queue the jaws theme song. a fin circling near the hyde street pier had many people doing a double-take yesterday. check it out. >> it was initially thought to be a great white. none of our biologists had a chance to actually see the animal. the animal in question upon closer inspection of the photographs appears to be a salmon shark. >> so while the salmon shark is related to the great white, it is not a man eater. try to explain this one. a dead shark found on a new york city subway overnight. the guy who took this photo says it was still wet had and
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blood on its mouth. was it maybe a shark week stunt? the discovery channel says no, it wasn't them. >> there it is. 5:56. in the next half hour, coming up a southern california wildfire explodes in size. we have live pictures here threatening mountain communities there. the challenge getting people and pets to safety. and the numbers are not looking good when it comes to where bart managers and bart unions stand today. just a few days from the deadline before we have another possible strike. ,,,, sleep train's interest-free for 3 event
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at least a dozen homes that we've seen on fire. >> an out-of-control wildfire burns thousands of acres in southern california. >> i wish it would stop. >> oakland searches for answers in the killing of a baby and his father. >> we are absolutely determined to make the city safer.
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>> leaders stand behind their crime-fighting plan. >> "operation cease-fire" is my plan to reduce crime in the town. >> a little bit flabbergasted about how big a divide there is between bart and the unions. >> eye-opening new numbers on the bart negotiations. >> the talks have deteriorated so much they can't agree on how far apart they are. >> reporter: major league baseball plays hardball with san jose. >> and so this 14-acre lot in midtown san jose where the stadium would go is pretty much unchanged the past four years. >> reporter: from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. captions by: caption colorado hi, good morning. it is thursday, august 8. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i'm juliette goodrich. michelle griego is off. time now 6:00. we are following several developing stories. a man is in custody after a shooting spree in texas. police say a man out to kill his ex-gri


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